[REBOL] Re: A "Standard English"
From: ryanc:iesco-dms at: 18-Apr-2001 13:45
There is a language called Esperanto that is/was supposed to be a standardized language.
Terry Brownell wrote:
> I read in an article recently...
> 'In the future, all of our machines will talk to each other, not just in bits and bytes,
but in a common language, a standard English that spans all systems and is easily readable
not just by machines but by humans.'
> A quote taken from the Rebol site at one time.
> Question is, Do we have a standard English yet?
> What work has/is being done to standardize it?
> Terry Brownell
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